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Djoomart Kaipovich Otorbaev (born 18 August 1955) was the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan.[1] On 25 March 2014 he replaced Zhantoro Satybaldiyev as acting prime minister until a new government was formed.[2] On 3 April 2014 he was officially named prime minister.[3][4] On 23 April 2015 he resigned.[5]

Otorbaev was born on August 18, 1955 in Frunze (now Bishkek) to a family of scientists. His father, Professor Kaip Otorbaev, was a former rector at Kyrgyz National University, while his mother, Professor Maria Nanaeva, worked as a head of department at the Kyrgyz State Medical Academy. In 1978 he graduated with honours from Leningrad State University with a degree in physics, and received his PhD in 1981 at the Lebedev Physical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences (Moscow). In 1989 he received the degree of Doctor of Sciences at the Institute of General Physics USSR Academy of Sciences (Moscow). In 1990, he received the degree of Professor of Physics from the High Attestation Commission (VAK) of the USSR. From 1981 to 2005 he worked as a junior, senior researcher, then head of the laboratory of the National Academy of Sciences, a teacher, senior lecturer, and professor at Kyrgyz State University and a professor at the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University. Between 1992 and 1996 he was working as an invited Professor at the Department of Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands.

In 2001, he was appointed as an Adviser to the President - the Special Representative of the President of Kyrgyzstan on attracting investments. He also served as the Special Representative of the President for Economic Assistance to Afghanistan. From April 2006 till December 2011, he worked as a Senior Adviser of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), based in London. In this role, he was directly involved in the organization of the high-level policy dialogues in such post-Soviet countries as Georgia, Armenia, Moldova, Tajikistan, as well as in Mongolia. He was the Deputy Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan for Economics and Investments from 2002 to 2005 and from December 2011 to September 2012. On 6 September 2012, he became the First Deputy Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan. During these years, he was the Governor from Kyrgyzstan in the World Bank Group, the Asian Development Bank, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. On 26 March 2014, Otorbaev was appointed as acting prime minister of Kyrgyzstan after the parliamentary coalition broke up and former prime minister Zhantoro Satybaldiev resigned on March 25. On 4 April, President Almazbek Atambayev signed a decree appointing a new government under the leadership of Prime Minister Otorbaev. On 23 April 2015, following an annual report in the Parliament on work as prime minister, he resigned for political reasons.

He has viewed Russia as being his country's most important partner, having likened Kyrgyzstan joining the Eurasian Economic Union to the Baltic States entering the European Union as well as saying that "There is no alternative" to relations with Russia.[6] In 2020, on the occasion of the Azerbaijani victory in the Battle of Shusha, Otorbaev congratulated Azeri President Ilham Aliyev in his position as a member of the Baku-based Nizami Ganjavi International Center, calling the victory "a crucial step, which will lead to full liberation of Karabakh".[7]

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